The bibliography records doctoral and selected masters' theses (over 3, 300 in all) from British and Irish universities in the field of Russian, Soviet and East European studies. This is broadly interpreted to include all disciplines in the humanities and social sciences as they relate to the area of Russia, the former USSR and Eastern Europe. Taken as a whole, the work probably forms the fullest and longest record of British and Irish postgraduate research in any sector of area studies. Besides its primary function as a bibliographic tool, it makes it possible to trace the effects of academic developments, institutional policies, and the changes in direction in this highly diversified field of study over the last hundred years. Entries are arranged by subject and area, supported by full author and subject indexes to aid searching. Dr Gregory Walker is a former Head of Slavonic and East European Collections at the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford. The late John S.G. Simmons, OBE, was Senior Research Fellow and Librarian, All Souls College, Oxford.Bath MP 2006. 393. Poberejnaia, O. N. Civic education and the problem of a#39; imitative modernizationa#39; in Russia. ... Ploss, S. I. The organization of Soviet youth: a history of the All-Union Leninist Communist League of Youth (Komsomol). Londonanbsp;...
|Title||:||University Theses in Russian, Soviet and East European Studies, 1907-2006|
|Author||:||Gregory Walker, John Simon Gabriel Simmons|
|Publisher||:||MHRA - 2008|